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The perennial species of this genus are primarily North American natives and provide a number of outstanding plants for the border.

VERBENA bonariensisLate Summer to Fall3617
Brazilian Verbena90cm
I am very fond of this tall verbena and include it in my garden most years. Clusters of deep purple-pink flowers appear at the ends of wiry stems. As their growth habit is tall and thin they are easy to intersperse among other earlier blooming perennials. Their architectural quality and late blooming habit are to be cherished. Hardy to Zone 6, otherwise start early for first year bloom and have it self-sow to perpetuate itself.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
100 seeds  $3.50   

VERBENA hastataLate Summer3618
Blue Vervain60-180cm  Zone: 4
Native to eastern North America growing in damp thickets, on shores and along roadsides. An attractive perennial with violet-blue flowers on showy candelabra-like spikes. In ancient times it was thought to be a cure-all among medicinal plants and the genus name is Latin for "sacred plant." For full sun in ordinary soil. Soundly perennial. Wild collected in Ontario.
Germination Instructions: Cold treatment (for highest rates) or GA-3 for germination at warm (about 60%).
100 seeds  $4.00   

VERBENA strictaLate Summer3619
Hoary Vervain60-90cm  Zone: 4
Native to North America. Erect stems clothed by grey-green foliage. Long inflorescence up to 30cm carry deep lavender to purple flowers late in the season. Soundly perennial. Wild collected in Ontario.
Germination Instructions: Cold treatment, or GA-3 and warm.
30 seeds  $3.75   

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